Term 4 ends at 1pm on Friday 16th December
Kia ora koutou. Hello everyone.
Friends of the School (FOTS) News
It’s Calendar Art time again!
The student’s have been busy creating art work that can be made into affordable Calendars, Cards, Diaries, Mouse Mats and Sketch Pads.
Each product is made from your own child’s art.
These make unique Christmas gifts for family and friends.
Follow these instructions to place your order online:
1/. Go to www.kidsartworks.com
2/. Use the Entrance Code: KZ838
3/. Enter your child’s room & name when prompted
The order is open from 25 October until 8 November 9am.
If you have any questions please contact Claudia (email@example.com)
If you have any unwanted hubcaps/wheel trims at home, I would appreciate them for an outdoor art project I have planned. Please drop them off in the school office.
Thank You Brian Halkyard
Planning for 2023
As we finalise our school structure for 2023, if there is anything we need to know regarding your child’s class placement please contact Janet Pinchen, in writing, by Friday 11th November on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note this is not inviting requests for a particular teacher, but rather anything such as friendships that are/are not working for your child, personal characteristics or needs your child may have that we are not aware of.
New Zealand Curriculum Refresh
The New Zealand Curriculin is undergoing a refresh and between 28 September – 2 December, have your say on Te Mātaiaho | the Draft Curriculum Framework, the draft English and Mathematics & Statistics learning areas and the draft implementation supports.
The Ministry of Education is welcoming feedback from all parts of the education sector and the public through a series of surveys so that whānau, communities, ākonga, and members of the public can all have an opportunity to get involved in this important mahi as well. If you would like to send feedback through the public survey please use the links below.
Have your say
Survey for our whānau, communities, and members of the public:
Te Reo Māori Surveys